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NUMBER 19 A WORD TO PROGRESSIVES. of us, for political effect that we voted, the Progress ai tive ticket last fall to show our 'admiration for Theodore Roose H Mil UUl:l MA TTT velt. While this is true in a sense, we voted as we did, for far more cogent resasons, than mere admiration for a. man. Admiration for Roosevelt is born of appreciation-fohis fearless leadership wherever he has appeared in a public ca pacity. As Moses, who was chosen of God to lead his people out of bondage and as Washington, and Lincoln were raised np and put and Boys' carry a complete line of forward as leaders in a National crisis so the progressive spirit in recognize in National politics Theodore Roosevelt the ideal also the biggest and best line of champion of people who believe in and a "Square Deal" for the man Lower down as well as Higher of any store in Rockcastle County. A champion of the masses up and not the tool of the protected, and priveleged classes. Walk-Ov- er We voted the Progressive ticket because we believe in a true which a means democracy, usual we are "Government of the people, by the people, for the people" We give showing the up nothing in our adherence to the fundamental principles, that and SUMwere dominant and adopted, and won, by the republican party, in i the civil war. fail to drop in We claim these as common lis SM( Droperty, achieved at the cost of the boys and see the best blood ot the Nation shed will be wearing this by those on both sides of the conflict. year We assume to go a step many steps, further in National affairs, 11 and assert that the toiling millions male, and female do not receive SEE OUR LINE OF a just recompense as reward, for producing the wealth of the Nation wherein the favored classes pro tected by discrimination in legislation and administration rtvei. My fellow citizens who stand identified as you and I stand, this, is ihc one reason why we voted as we did. You and J can give a reason lor thfc hope that is in us, good substantial reasons why we voted the progressive ticket, and why we shall continue to vote it at every opportunity offered to us. One amonjr the chief reasons U110UHEAD. althe Graded school building last critical condition and his recov- - Mt. Vernon Graded School. why we vote as we do, is because Saturday evening, which wasjeryis doubtful. Mrs. Margaret The fifth month of our school of the "Steam Roller" adopted in Mr. and Mrs. Dave Roberts largely attended and greatly en-- 1 Cook, sister of the Rev. A. J. has just closed w'lih our enroll- the district, State and National From the manner in nice, is visaing relatives ana ment of over three hundred pup Convention that nominated presiwere up from May wood and spent jcyed. a few days with their grand- - which the pupils carried out the friends in Pine Hill, (Livingston ils. New ones are still coming. dent Taft. In contrast with that parents, Mr. and Mrs. J W. program, it showed that they had and Taylors ville. this week. Her We have set our mark for three convention we point with pride orderly body with proceed Owens, last week. Miss Florence the best of instruction, and cer- home is in Seat le, Washing- hundred twenty-five- . Parents, to that Why-lanton. She has been with relatives are you still helping us in this ings saia to nave oeen more jiKe Pennington, of Livingston, is tainly speaks we'd for Mrs. Frank Messer, who was in Kentucky since the Pike re- battle? Are you still sending a "prayer meeting than a conpendfeg a few days with her sis' ter, Mrs. 0A. Frith, this week. reported last week as bfeing vary union, las. t fall, and will return to your childrc-- n every day and ask- vention that nominated The a RoQsevelt. JEdd Owens is over from Lexing- ill with typhoid fever died at his hep home irj- the next few days. ing your neighbor to send his? dqre Finally we feel proud of our Gravely & .Elder moved their ton fo? a few days. Mr. and Mrs. home on Silver street early Tues-- . Let's do not give up the fight unFrank Bjooks, of Harlan, spent a day morning, and was buried in stock of general merchandise to til all are in. If you are not in achievement in smashing the political machine that directed and R. S. Martin building, oast of lew days with home folks here the Methodist cemetery, Wednes-jth- e the army for better schools, join East week. Mrg, Belle Henderson, day afternoon; at 2:00 p. m He the railroad Sunday, and are now now. it is never too late to do propelled the steam roller heie we leel but and elsewhere, of Paintlick. is spending a few is survived by his wife and two ready for business, and judging some good. being identified speqially honored in Short funeral 'from the neat appearance of their .days with her daughter, Mrs. Edd small children. Agriculture and domestic services were held by the Rev. stock, they are none the worse off science have been added to our with over lour millions of voters 2STgwland. Cleve Wilmott was in the great republican States ot A. J. Pike. The most destruct- for their trying experience of last school. from Knoxvllle, Sunday. down These certainly are W. P. Rigsby needed in every school. All of the union who glory in the ap HomSf Wallin was over from Dan- ive fire that ever visited Brod- - Sundays lire. ville, fej&n.day and Monday. Rals bead was early Sunday morning bought a tract of woodland from our best school have them. Each pellation of "Bull Moosers". In conclusion let us assure Wilmott sid Frank Ward were in when the big store fjouse and its George W. Hasty, three miles year let us make our schools a office that these C. Anderson west of town. He will movegto Maretburg calling Sunday alter- - entire contents of B little better by adding homething. those who want were not dictated, suggested inoon. Miss Minnie Gentry spent & Son, and the store bulldjng of .the W. H. Lynch preperty, on The first lesson in domestic lines Dr. W. E. Gravely, went up in Main street jn the next fpw days. authorized by any, secretary nor Sanday in Mt. Vernon with Mr. science was given this week. Miss The fire originated in or chairman, pf a,ny poetical party Bob RGbepts, Septign foreman YYanzer, of Edd Gentry. Mrs R. flames sand Mrs, tie Langdon Do.rnii-tory- , by an. aspirant for any H. HJ3jm has been very sick tor the Anderson store, and had from May wood, has been transjs our teaohev. She comes 1104 wjuten grained such a headway when dis ferred to the Pine Hill Section, simply our answer to rtlie past week, but is able to be to us each Friday We will be office but covered that it was impossible to and has moved his family there. glad to liave the those who suggest that we voted .out again. Arthur Anderson was parents visit We understand from a reliable these new classes and &ee what just because, we wanted to, or as over from PatffcS, Sunday. Miss save anything from it. The large keja Albright was down from stock of general merchandise source that Brodhead is soon to we are doing. Wa are greatly though we had no special reasons, We suggest that depot, but indebted to the Woman's Club for for so doing. Mt Yernon from Ftfoay until of Gravely & Elder was soon car- have a new ried out, and the building which just where this much needed im none of us commit ourselves to W. J. Owens has Mon&ay. the addition of domestic science, Ms new house in the stood within a few feet of Ander-gon'- s provement will be erected is a We wish to tnank it for its aid to any man of any organi7ation till st,or,e was left to its fate. question that is causing consider Henry Addition and has moved us and for the good things it is we know what we are driving at. The bucket brigade by hard work able comment. The Brodhead doing for our town and people. J. W. VanWinxle, his family jrvto it. Mrs. Susie Thtrp is visiting ber sister, Mrs. saved the Citizens Hank building people are very anxious that it be It certainly is doing splendid Mt. Vernon, Ky. Feb. 3, 1913. J, E. Wallin, at Junction City, and the Telephone Exphapge. built near where the old one now work. week. J. Thos. Ghcrry was The loss to B. C. Anderson & staffs, feut a great many are of this i Our talks in chapel on Monday METHODI.ST MINISTER Son is estimated at least 7,000 , the opinion that if; will be built in town Tuesday on business. arp ragrnlngs by ojir towns-peopl- e 3ECQMMENDS CHAM-"- . by insurance. The about one quarter mile north of Mrs. L. D. Ross died at her frome partly covered growing better pach week. Ve BERLAIN'S COUGH aear Gum Sulpher, Jtedneseay of Joss sustained by Dr, W. E the old one. The old one has would be glad to have- the parents REMEDY, was buried jn the Gravely will probably reach $2,000 become such an eye sore that come out and hear- - these talks. last waekj Rev, James. A- - Lewis. Milaca, Christian church cemetery .the wjith no insurance The damage mogt o.' us, will be glad to have a C. O. Williams jfe' the speaker "Chamcerlain's Main, , writes; $o jbhe bank kuilding will reach pew one no matter where t $ following afternoon. Sheileav.es for Monday. Cough Remedy has been a deeded her husband and several children .elosg to $QQ., which is fully cov bult. Tjie Honor rqll fpr the pas; and welcome guests in our home The Post to mourn her loss . Mrs. Mattie ered by iasuaHCg. a,s follows? Calven for many years- - I highly racom- BLAMED A GOOD, WQRKFR. mpnth is Payne and daughter, Miss Dar- Office was damaged slightly, that Murry, Karl Davis, Taylor Duke, mend it to my fellows as being a "I blamed rav heart for severe Bupdett Brown, Grville Laswell, medicine worthy of trial in cases ling, of Lehanon Junction, were is, the glass in the front windows by the intense heat distress in my le't side for two visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. A. was broken Oarrle Bradley. Christine Davis, ol colds, coughs and croup." John Singleton, who . lives near years", writes W. Evans, Dan Gennie Dukei Edith Laswell, Alice Give Chamberlain's Cough Rem Yadon and other relatives here ville. Va.. "bui I know now it edy and we are confidedt you will the first part of the week, W. P. here was seriously injured by a was indigestion, as J)r. King's Bradley, Stella Baker, Nora Or-to-n f find it very effectual and continue Bigsby, of the Preachers ville sec. falling tree a few days ago He New Life Pills completely cured and Fay McClure. to u?e it as occasion rtquires for tioa, bought a yoasg horse from was cutting saw logs and had cut me". Best for stomach, liver and years to come, as many others kidney troubles, constipation W. S. Haggard a few daysgo for two trees that had lodged on a-For Sale: One new Huber 12 hae done. For sale by All Deal another, and when he cut thi eadache or debility. 2 5 cents Jti. r, Mr. Lyda WJiyl.and, of $90. Boner ana engine; one set ers. "at Chas. C. Davis Berea, who has .been teaching ja third tree, he was struck by one ol 26 in, grist rocks. strumental music here for tfap of the lodged trees, and barely vercoais ai just ixmi price at W. Ff Warrkn, three months, gave recital J escaped with his life. He is in a is. You savettte ditterence. t 24-jaU Hansford. Kv. J7 J It is being said WE PAY PARCE JLi JEvJ DRY GOODS I -- 1 EJt iC! iv. IST&V J v m VJ&5 tti im lEtw Estezmi f5r mrvjmns: MM mjlJLfi!M SStt WF m ft I nd 1 WMJJ, 3J7 "r""(52P2 J JM3m r ON ALL MAIL ORDERS ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES Mm f&M S3 ST Wj Men's We SUITS, HATS, SHIRKS, TIES, SHOES, y argains usiness NOTIONS Spring and Summer Shoe for Men The Selby Shoe for Women i $ T As Weeks more fo rake in the Mosf Wonderful Bargains fhaf have been offered in Mf. Vernon New $4.00 Tan Bootee for $4.00 Tan Bootee SPRING MER HATS Don't what first w e Sell Itfor Less We are getting ready for the greatest Spring business in our history, and, as a result of these preparations, we must clean out all winter goods It is our rule not to permit goods to remain from season to season At the close of the season the goods must go. Prices we are making now will quickly reduce our stock You cannot afford to miss this sale :- - for $2.98 John B. Stetson HATS Sutton Leading Clothing Store TO THE MEN: It you don't -- know Bargains when you see them send your wife She is smarter than you are anyway If you don't believe it ask her. d. - weeks of daring weeks of Crash in Prices SENSATIONAL BARGAINS EVERYTHING AT A CUT PRICE iis of .31)11 Clothing on five-roo- m HALF PRICE Pairs of SHOES egm-splet- ed Sale GRANULATED SUGAR 5c Pound - ad Ir. If you eat or wear anything come to this Bargain Pic-Ni- c I MSEE& S 3. -- M 73 Ji Wi lj5 fr - f. .i t r. : Mi 1- J """ t r-- I V sssiiT.. szsrrstscssB&jrzeuqvuuumtavtfjrBmi L' jj. "--h. innim,j; wmui-M- s MT. VERNON SIGNAL 3 . V li; 1113. IV11I U Louisville, for many reasons, Kentucky's representatives in ORDER "FOR GRADED Thomas. EC r5 III D Knuckles 3 52 A geographically, State pride etc., Congress. bCHOOL ELECTION AT mm PRECINCT No. 4, Scafiel Cave. ' should have the trade and support When Congressman Owslev LIVINGSTON Friday, Feb. 7, 19 13 7 25 Auglin, Henry 50 Jin- Bowman of our people which has been Stanlev took his famous hnr.se- ,. IV ztcioko'i., ;,m ,1U .i,n lUSlt Tt 13 Rockcastle Countv Court Order Bowman, Jaa 30 Henry Angli.n 4 37 VWU IUG flll-Ltj back ride uo Cumberland River j Lester 80 Vina Croucher 5 1G Published every Friday by now up to the business and pro- At the Regular Term of tuislGadd Joha s 35 C?le drill 4 37 the lo ascertain the needs o B UB 83 EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. fessional men of Louisville to at Btvaam ; tUa m r . .. rourt neiu on the .23 aay 01 Dec. Gadd. Chas, nr 60 Nick Chistenn 3 95 FTO nA 100 R A Swinf ord 10 'J3 j A at once repudiate condemn and dams he stated a demand for ft 1912.it appearing that a petition Hart, A. C g a ft m&m (ft $I.OO disclaim any kind of an approval - "V ONE YEAR legal qualified OBSCRIPTION by fifty .w.j,.... $400ooo Federal appropriation signed ISj Ik h Mm sal Harris, W B So H L, Rowiett U4 uwu...WIUi.ui uavo PFCa.tu iYom an unexpected source. It white voters was filed with the Joyner, E 35 MosuAnglin , . known on on the subject in the papers I Advertising rates made mr,nnl?n pnn1 County Court Clerk at the last Kirby, Laton 170 Jas Perkins regular term of this court asking Miller, F F mentioned They had best step who dwell nnon rhi 40 T E Croucher application m m into the COmmOH School dlS Pennington heii-t,0breach and work IliahUmrl. onri tvlnnl from .. a 3 95 8raded J II Wolf UUVt wtklV.a-- V. 44.WU4 Pigs, Hiram 4 37 40 Robt strenuously to prevent its further ville, North Carolina, the old trict be organized with its bound Richmoud,Ncut G3 Jan esChestnut 6 lo MEMBER OF Grant widening and reaching such Wilderness Road modernized, and ary as follows: KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION SO Rector, D G 9 02 Beginning at Nancy Bales on Russell & Co 200 Major Gadd proportions in the future that it 7 60 II Lovctt many Congressmen from Kenwould be difficult to close up the Rockcastle River, excluding her: Rich, Nannie 40 J W Toriri 3 95 tucky, Tennessee and North Carobreak and confine the trade thence to Bill Bales excluding him; Sears, Will 3 95 50 John Decs lina, with the Senators of these to its original channel. thence to John Baxters excluding Spires, Sarada 50 II C Rowiett 3 13 Other States, are daily promising support 2 71 liitu; thence to the lettered rook; Swinford Heirs 50 Albert Hart cities, Knoxville and Cincinnati of the proposition PRECINCT No. 5, Crookericreek. are now live competitors for this thence to Thomas Dees including Bowles, Mat 49 A C Carpenter 1 07 trade and if conditions continue Howard Bostic and Nannie Ly-tl- him; thence to .the George Pettit Durham. ED 50 L D Mullins ANNOUNCEMENTS. C 70 as at present, when those of the who were serving an eleven-month- old place near crooked bridge: Gabbard, Green 40 W M Harnett 4 93lg metropolis of our State "hammer" jail sentence at Tazwe'l, thence to the Lee Arnolds place ex Isaacs., Sanford 25 G Phiibeek 4 32 ftj JAILER to Announce us instead of lending their good Tenn., but escaped on December eluding him; thence to the Steve Martin, W A SO Jones Durham 5 37 t2 We Aie Authorized LV FRANK BAKER offices and aid in securine the the 9th, and came here to the Moore place on Rockcastle River; i.iAV. juifjj juiii. ui;.LUi;i.(.ii 5 3ti g McGuiro, Chas 25 M Shig'eton 4 78 B As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle highway through the Mountains home of Bostie's cousin, were ar- thence with the Laurel couuty line Sluiton, Geo 50 S Singleton 4 subject to the action of the Republican then our people feel like turning rested yesterday and taken back to to the beginning and that the sit party, August Primary, 1913. PRECINCT No. 6, Orlando. to those who can sympathize with Tennessee by the sheriff. L. G. for the school house of said proStreet Anderson, W F 92 GeowAiulerson 9 31 and assist them in their great Ping, of Clayborne county. posed district is the old school SHERIFF. Baker, W H 15 Tack Langforri $ undertaking. We may be "ot house site, which is within the 1911 and 1912 40 05 3 We Are Authorized to Announce The recital which was given by limits 01" the town of Livingston Bullock, Ed 42 W H down on" but "we wont stay 7 20 ' CAM MULLINS fessHKErrr aiaifcHsa i Mrs. Beazley's music class on the wnich site is certified to be not Robinson, S T ilO John MoHargue 6 37 j 2?.3SZZ3cE5K22; As a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle sot on". j (Kentucky pays $154,000 toward evening of Friday Tanuary 31st., exceeding two miles from any PRECINCT No. 7. subject to the action of the Eepublican " party, August Primary, 1913. the expenses of supporting the was a very enjoyable occasion. part of the boundary of the said Bailey, W II 7 ?0 60 John Jonc3 Coy, Hiram 20 Allen Mounce 5 '22' local government of the District Among the mtmbers of her class proposed district and it appeauug 50 Joel, English 4 37 I' of Columbia; this sum if diverted who took part were Misses Bennie also that said petitioners are tax- Clark, Tom The sins of commission aud for three years would more than Bell Duke, Mamie Baker, Edith payers legal voters and residents Durham, Hardin 30 John Mobley 3 46 4 37 Denlmm, Neut 50 J F Owens omission of the Louisville daily Laswell, Ruth Reppert, Lncy M. of the proposed graded common Gentry, J E, town lot, Livingston 5 42 build "Boone Way.") u press have been many, especially 0 95 If our respected contemporaries, Duke and Mr. Ed Langford. school district and it further ap- Hellard, T J II Jim Hall South Eastern Kenregarding 4 3J or others concerned, believe these After the players had acquitted pearing that the County Superen-tenden- t Hensley, Ham 50 Joe Engli&h tucky. The Herald being the 24 John MeKiuley 5 37 Lamb, Joe reremarks are the idle vaporings of themselves most hes endorsed on said Magee.H D. 2 town lots, Livingston 15 3 only paper that has given the a little "one hoss" monntain freshments were partaken of and petition his approval of same and Marshal, Gabe 50 Dock Jones 2 77 square deal of 'Just in proportion to its mountain people a editor let them get in cotnmunica-tio- r a pleasant social hour was enjoyed that a majority of the trustees of j Mink, John 5 52 47 Win Napier late. progressiveuess, its prudence, with the bank of Mt. Vernon, by all. Misses Ardilla and Annie each common school district that1 Resiner, J A 3 7o 30 RoLt. jewel Fourteen days after the Signal the Peoples Bank, Mt. Vernon Brown were absent on account of will be embraced within said pro its enterprise, its liberalilv DISTRICT No. S. printed an editorial advocating a Commercial Club or any of our sickness. posed within conservative bounds, is graded common school Ivlize, Tom 70 Will Rener 431 government appropriation tor the 4'1 business and professional men. district in whole or in part have Price, John A iOO J E Bullock the bank a blessing to the "The parasol might be considerconstruction of a highway from We mean to 5 32 40 J M Oliver endorsed their approval on said Ray, M K have it known that people it serves. ed the feminine of the unbrella, Cumberland Gap to Crab Orchard 4 31 30 J R Childres Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, petition as provided by law and Taylor, Jas This bank constantly enI suppose". a distance of 98 miles, to be called Kentucky, the couit being sufficiently advised is located on the L. & PRECINCT No. 9. suppose so. What abont it?' Way in honor of the old "I Boone deavors to meet these reN. railroad 120, miles from Louisordered that the sheriff ot this Logsrion, Jane 50 David Blder 3G2 was just wondering if the hero, Daniel Boone, and requesting ville, the city by the Falis; quirements. 3 50 4 WT Taylor county be and is hereby directed Price. W A 147 sn editorial expression thereon: miles from Knoxville the live wire first parasol was made from an 60 J J Brown Todd, Willie to cause a poil to be opened and umbrella's rib." the Courier Journal and Post of East Tennessee and THE PEOPLES BANK PRECINCT No. 10, Brodhead. miles an election to be held at the school 165 came "limpin in the rear" with CA 50 LewisVanhook from the Queen City and further house of common school di- Abrams, loads of cold water" and slush ice U. G. BAKER, President. S Catherine Evans that our people are after a "square strict No. 14, on the 8th day Hal.ard, JM 1911 and 1912 5 91 which they promptly threw onto deal' J.P.E. DRUMMOND, Vice.-Preand piopose to have it. of Feb. 1913 the same being 40 ISowers, Mrs. Snmmers, town lot the proposition in an attempt to Crab Orchard, London, Corbin, Brodhead 4 2S days or more after tb.2 entry of F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. the presu mptious drown out Brown, J M, 5 town lots, Brodhead 4 28 for the Pineville, Barbourville, and CLAUDE C COX.Ass't. Cash IftgX this order sense of the purpose 0f , mountaineer's movement to get ' "' town legal white taking tbe Middlesboro and other towns and Tom Francisco in Broil- small recognition from our Nationcities of Southern Eastern Kenvoters residing wiMi'-- i Hie hoini head for yearsi9l0t i9ii &, 1912 12 fir al government. In their opinion, tucky are eager for this proposed daxy of the said piopcsed graded Hilton, Kmley, town lot. Brodhead 2 82 evidently, South Eastern Kencorampn school district whether Presten, Lenard, town lot, Brouh'd 3 00 they of course can't highway and tucky "don't deserve nothin' have a kindly feeling for those there shall be levied and collected Preston, D M, town lot, Brodhead 46 nohow." Let these people of the an annual tax of not exceeding Payne. Samuel, 14 acrs on Copper'k 2 12 who appose the movement for its hills dig out their own salvation building. Oil , UU, Ull Ctlli giUW Ulr JilUpCllJ OUL- - Roberts, Lon 05 Joel Weodall 561 , ., u e, c.,k. j?3ccjfc3qae& 85 3er&3c363e$6B mountain sides, and roads from the PRECINCT No. 11. iect to state and coulIv taxation Nothinc is more important in advocate, these arrogant sheets. Boone Way Booster Bands are 44 VI- "owned bv white persons and aoi Chasteen, 15 L 15 Wat Young the home than clear, steady light. papers endorse, or appear being organized in Virginia, TennThese Insure this by setting' the oil that o .,11 I.CWW Ull rarRu.iuuuv, ou inc f nA; CAOCCU1HU ri burns clear and clean without a R l.U Ul 'VJJ1 to, the idea of piling up marble essee, North Carolina and Kenflicker down to the last drop. inhabitant of said each male T.J. NICELEY. S R. 0. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to 1 I buildings in Washington at the tucky, The people East of Cum perfection. proposed Graded Common school n Costs no more than the cost of millions upon millions of berland Gap propose to put in the district over 21 years of age for kind saves MONEY saves harbor work at New York connecting link of 60 miles beWORK saves ejes. dollars, the purpose of establishing and Ky j Your dealer has SOMITE Oil, in Norfolk, Galveston, San Francisco tween the Gap and Bristol and to barrels direct from our works. maintainingjlga graded common FOR FLETCHER'S etc. Locking and damming the make connection there th:u to Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. school therein as provided by k Ohio at Louisville, and many Ashville. JfeuftftftA- Louisville, Ky. Vi? The the common school law. COMPLETE LINE more river points at a cost of Refinery at Warren, Pa. &r&&yj& will also officers of said election manner in which the leadThe We sell the celebrated No Many of these ' uhms, uasKets ana Kobes, more millions. Carb" Auto Oil. cause the legal voters of said can be viewed ing statesmen of our county is vast edifices, etc., -'TrnHTTMmi or Tele- R. H. 'j graded common school disby the ultra rich, along with endorsing and working for pro?IrfggSSi?im;ffiS phone orders Promptly W trict to vote for six persons to be Marse Henri, from their private posed bill to construct Boone Way MT. VERNON, KY. trustees of same In case said Tax to the palace cars and yachts or motor is very encouraging Mi rier-JournThe officers shall be approved. Baker Building, Up Stairs. a boats, during all seasons of the originators ot the proposition. of said election will make return Rooms recently oceupied by Drs. Hatyear while our mountaineer is field & Harris A MOUNTAIN PLEA. in due form of the result of same often, during winter mouths, at the earliest day practicable. From Louisville Herald. obliged to shoulder his "turn of L. W. Bkthurum, J. R. C C The Mt. Vernon Signal invites You can uot keep posted on curcorn" and climb "trails" over the ZE223E2S2233E2HS2S2E2S2E2 rent events unless you read the billfe to mill for the bread supply The Herald to comment upon a Copy Alt. for his family, on account of im- project earnestly advocated in its S. F. Bowmak, C R. C. C. COURIER JOURNAL columns and which contemplates (Louisville, Ky. HENRY or passible roads for riding Editor. ) bss pTf driving, all of which could be so the building of a highway over THE BEST COUGH MEDICINE. easilv changed by switching just Boone's Trail from Cumberland "I have used Chamberlain's Cost the hog raiser millions of dollars last yeae and nothing short of vaccination a "mite" of the millions so lavishly Gap to Crab Orchard, and then A Democratic President Cough Remedy ever since I hav seemed to offer the slightest promise oa c ure. bestowed upon other localities. into the Bluegrass. Bas been elected and an era of been keeping house", says L. C. Prevention, however, is the logical solution of the question. Dr. Hess. (M.D., D.V.S.) The Herald is happy to approve Prosperity has set in. You can get Hames, of Marbury, Ala. "1 The work to be accomplished by has always maintained that by giving Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strengthen every the best remeit The possibilities of ' considereverone of My children this mite would give vast benefits the proposal. organ in the systetn.'to regulate the bowels, liver and kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly used. dies I idea appeal to us, and are in to not only thousands of people the disinfect the premises, sleepio quarter and runs with Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant, would WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL have all t .ken it and it works like would reach up into the entire accord with our policy of but prevent-aoutbreak of this disease. a charm. For sale by All support for any practicable plan of AND million column. Read what one of the big hog raisers in the country says : These Louisville Journals, herein increasing the number ot good " During 1911 our country was visited by one of the worst hog plagues ever known. mentioned, both by advertisement roads in the State. We fed Dr. Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and Sales Land Both in the people, and in the and by personal letter, one of Both One Year for $1.50 ten." Alex. Nevius, Modesta, 111. receipt of natural resources of the mountain which the writer is in Regular price of Weekly Courier-JournAlso note what bulletin No. !82 of the Kanssas State ollege says from Courier Journal under a counties, Kentucky has a n asset 1.00 a year. We can also or my deputy will on Monday I about preventing 1 j 1 oJera recent date, calling attention to upon which it has never realized Februay lo, 1913, (being regular counWhen we recall the conditions which favor the disease and the manner in which its infection Any- make a special rate on Daily or Louisville in any adequate measure. of advertisements takes place, it will be seen thnt feeding and caring of hog has much to do with the prevention of the Sunday Courier Journal in combi- ty court) at the front door of the business men in its colun as and thing any of us cau do to promote Cholera. Premises shonld he cleaned and disinfected Tegularly. The hogs themselves should be dipped Court house in Mt. Vernon, Ky., offer nation with this paper. every few weeks. Maintaining these conditions helps to keep np the vitality of the hog and in this way for sale lo the highest and best bidder the advantages in parcels-- post the development and welfare of troublss of all kinds are warded off. To aid digestion and circulation and to preventworms, the bulletin in Rockaccomodations offered customers this great section of the State To Get Advantage of This Cut the following tracts of land reeommeuds a formula of Wood charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Bicarhonate, Sodium Sulphate, Sodium castle county, Ky., for taxes due the Hyposulphate and Black Antim is worth-doing- . by these hustling commercial Must Be Sen! Us, countj and State for the year 1912 exper- Rate, Orders This formula, given in tablespoonful doses would undoubtedly be ben'efical but would cost the hog raiser about The building of a road is, people, giving cogent reasons specified. cept as other-wipNot to Courier-Journa- l. 10c per pound, Nov compare this with the formula for Dr. Hess Stock Tonic which Is vastly superior and has stood why our people should trade with haps, the most valuable contrithe test of 20 years. 1 PRECINCT No. I, E. Mi. Vernon QUASSIA, Digestive & General Tonic. Expels Worms NUX VOMICA. Digestive and Nerve Tonic. Louisvlle. Right on its heels came bution that could be made to Tax & No. of SUIPHATEOFIRON, Blood Builder & Expels Worms. SULPHATE OP sODA,Laxative& acts upon theLiver. FOR SALE. Cost Acres Neighbor Name these editorials telling us they present needs. A hundred inci. EPSOM SALTS, Laxative, COMMON SALT, Appetizer. Expels Vorms. IOO W H Fish CHAKCOAL. Prevents Noxious Gases. U 35 of progress depeud Eight farms, containing about Adams, Ed NITRATE OF POTASH, Acts upon the Kidueys. have no sympathy for our move- dental features 5 53 50 Fray Lay FENUGREEK, Tonic and Aromatic. The contemplated 600 acres. Reasonably good build- Lay, John ment for governmental aid in upon roads. Vernon 5 17 This preparation is compounded by Dr. Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) and sold to you on a written highway would have the effect of ings. From 3 to 5 ft. of good coal Stoke&JW.NR.town lot,Mt highway building and brutally PELECINCT no, 2, W. Mt. vernon guarantee and only costs 3c per month for the average hog. The definition of the ingredients volunteering the superfluous advice drawing to itself, as a main artery, on each tract. Timber sufficient Vernon 28 53 Mt are taken from the United States Dispensatory aud noted medical authorities. ,4hat if you mountain people want tributary turnpikes from adjoining to supply all farm needs. This Asher, P R, town lot, " 4 44 town lot, Clifford, S M, Feed your hogs Toadsdig 'em; (dig ye terriers dig") counties, and would thus form a land yields well and can all be eas- Menifee, A C, 120 R V Menifee 4 63 P. Menifee, RV coot hog or die, we have good stimulus to further development. ily cultivated. Also one 20-29 HH Helton 5 54 The Signal propose that Russell boiler and engin" and saw Taylor, T G ' 60 J N Griffin 24 54 (roads, presented us by the good to prevont disease and expel worms. Sprinkle the runs and sleeping quarters with a solution of band saw outfit. old State of Kentucky and are Federal aid should be asked in rig, and 36-iPRECINCT No. 3, Roundstone at just a small expense to keep constructing the road. Since it All same as new. About one mil- Byrd, Green 85 Carroll Martin 5 06 them in repair and are not con- would be interstate in its nature, lion feet of good saw timber on Blazer, Frank 45 H H Dugger 3 95 3 51 one of the foremost coal tar, creosote disinfectants known. Also djp.your hogs with this solution cerning ourselves as to what South touching Tennessee and Virginia other land and 75000 ft. of board Edwards, H J 4 Snyder ' 5 53 59 G S Wren when the weather will permit, and you will have no loss from disease. Kentucky is doing or as well as Kentucky, there is lumber. - Also my interest in 10 Gadd, W M Eastern 25 J W Lambert 5 07 Knuckles, Ad loo tbs., $5.00 25 lb Pail jgoing to do; this is the heft of reason and justice in this sug- good work mules and 2 yoke of Johnny 32 Sara Lambert 7 97 Martin, 'ineminaiions from that portion gestion. We gladly join our good work oxen. Will make terms Owens, James 30 J W Kirby 4 93 mountain contemporary in urging easv. 5 68 Walker Owens, Pullen8, Geo 25 Conway hi "the Lovisville press under 4 914 3 Jas Taylor the consideration of the project by Pongo, Ky. Oidsenberrt. ,- mrv (Mill ,. Lt ,n 3lt -I !! n- TSdVhXXZSSl, " mQiiQ:3E&Em&mnm - ;i . I .- lay r d l II II 2 it n innr-rtsihl- e -, A.h-Ithat- I iiiSilgg31g9QI& s OLD BY N North Main e, 's , ! iciv-ivc- i. oc 6-- : , P.-oct- ', 1 in ias 'I s. I , ) 'the Lamp Saves Eyes M that tank-wajo- ! CS GRAMVILLEOWNES UNDERTAKER ft Ch.dren Cry Brodhead O ASTO RIA JL -- pro-Dose- d Dentist COOVER W,SaKfrif mmmmm. .wpi Cou For 1913 jjg:&3$QC FHE SCOURGE WAT-TERSO- N, t7g 2UI OF 5FF5 Fi n SIGNAL al Sheriffs For Taxes e Dr. Hess Stock Tonic Dr. Hess Pip snd Disinfectant deler rl - $l.o. JONAS McKENZlE, 2k m-- ; MT. VERNON, KY. d V i ! ' ' , ':i : V '2gfcRr nBt tanum '4" SSrWWB&. ii - ra?r-s- wr v t.- - - immgjgiyTjjgBaiafcTn; fcV' mm' ;; tj w y MV - ? Hpfe nrMV iwrmxn MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky., Feb 7. 1913 New Fones. residence, No. 41 1. Mt. W. M. Pavne; mavmzzs&si&i, Veinon Quarry tf uAvgfgggM PSSSSStfZJmBm 79? r All entries for the Miller and Beasley stock sale must be made nn Mo. 70 when T7 C ou waltoc:ommun L S3 by Monday Feb. 10th as catalog onto wilh SIGNAL then goes to press. Don't tail to see the best play of the season, "A Regular Flirt' ' Feb. 14th. at Graded School Building. Admission 15, 25 and 35 cts. Benefit of the Christian Church. Louisvillc 6. Nashvilix R. R. Co. Hiram Hurd was struck by a TIME TABLE. light engine at Sparks Quarry, gy JUM 'j jMpyp?y K;rurxcriv7?TW'-fi?pssKisZiZg 4.59 p m'yesterdav 22 tiortn morning and killed, j 24 nortn 3:53 a m,Mr. Hurd had been deaf for more' 46 south 11:30 a u- tQan a vear anci wnen strucK ne 12:19 am was stooped over picking up coal. 21 ooutk I as. Landrum, Agent. , He lived a few hours but was reduced to All reduced to All r.erer conscious. Phone No. 8. 5 Notice: All persons having reduced to reduced to All All Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice claims against the estate of G-- . second-clas- s mail matter. as that'l by putting prices on it that will move it. We Our rule is to never carry over clothing from season to W. Pitman, deceased, are requested have " gone the limit " in price cuttiug. Learn what season. Thare is only one way to prevent carrying over to prove same, as required under PERSONAL clothing btiargams are by trading here. the statutes, and file same with us Mrs. May Miller Underwood of at once. f it Corbin is visiting relatives here. K. J. McKinney, Administrator estate of G. W. Albert Hamlin has gone to Bell county to begin a large logging Pitman. contract. J. Fish & Son are having such LOOK for the SIGN OF THE FISH J Ethel Baker, of London, good success Mis with their first is the guests of her aunt, Mrs. E. Parcel Post Sale which has been fX 07S3 S. Albright. running since the 25th. Ult. that p xxk 3 ?" t w Lacse.1 1 13 .v? ior citttilt The AT CHARGES WE PAY orrs,iiM.x iew of the they have decided to extend the Prof. Frank Teuton, They Brodhead Graded School faculty sale a few days longer. ARE HERE READY FOR YOU. ANYWHERE IN THE U S.A. Sunday. are offering mighty fine winter was a visitor in our town XS2S2SiEu:r3SS2 Miss Fannie F.ench, of the merchandise at prices that are THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES Wildie section was with her cousin sure to move the goods. Miss Julia Fish during the week. Thi Farmers Institute which msm&x&ssss gag?issasTOyttwwwngBs was in was held here Wednesday and .Miss Martha Burdine P.ne Eill Sunday to attend the yesterday was for one time a real urday the Sth is the date set for Mrs. Geo. Pope. John .Yfullins Felix Bowman saw his shadow mar pupils, Julia Landrum, Eliza- - for the lice but bad on the hog. George Farmers Institute and not a last Sunday. burial of her brother. beth Lemons, Edith Morris, and Will McClure and Emmet Burton, the election in this district to vote has returned from Mt. Vernonand political machine as it has been in Burdine. Hazel Reynolds, made 100 per of the Scaggs Creek section, were on whether we are to have a reports Mr. T. B. Lair much Important: Our people should cent, in the monthly grammar in our town last week buying cat- - graded school or not. As for us better. It conducted in the the past. Mrs. Wm. Poynt r was in Crab a test of tie. Elisha Bullock, the good- - we are in fayor of the best school the past week. Orchard Saturday untti Monday future along the same line asset corsider the importance, from Sunday School classes of the out this year the Farmers Institute health standpoint, the meeting Miss Ruth Widenham, who we natured traveling man, was with us we can get and we don't think any. Baptist church will give a Valenwith her daughter, Mrs. R. E. will be of great benefit to the here on Wednesday night when Dr. hoped would take charge of the a few days ago and told a good joke one should stand in the way of tine supoer in the Masonic dining Thompson. farmers and the farmers will take Locke the specialist, representing music department, is unable to on himself, which we will reveal education in the least, and besides hall on Friday evening, February Russel Proctor is telegraphing 14th. Everybocy invited. The talks along the Rockefeller Institute, will an interest. at Beattyville on the L. & A and different lines connected with the lecture at the court house on the leave home on account of sickness later, but for the present we will we are as much entitled to a graded in her family. However com- let him down light. Mr. an 1 Mrs. school as any other town, and Butch McClure has the same farmes were interesting and in subject of Sanitation, in which munication is being held with Roy Mullins, of Lebanon Jet., af. why not have it T. J- - Penning-te- r position at Jackson. structive, and wniie tnere were everyone desiring good health and FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles a few day's visit with relatives ton has sold his house and lot.on teacher- and it is hoped Mr. Wiley Smith, of Jamestown very few farmers present yet how to keep it should be in attend- another and Eyeglasses for $1.50 and up. Gold, Nape Main street to J. W. Sams 'for here have returned home. will behere..next week. Ind .joined Mrs. Smith for a few those who did attend felt greatly ance. Sterescopticau views will she , . : i "" J rt u: .:i 11c Margie Parsons is back in school U-.ug.c uuui u- - 5QO. j ,tt MffiS purCUaSett a N1"" selectionnwuuuuu raiurs. AirIV. Diaiu,auci ucuiK in town. EyetJ t Mr. Smith married helped as the result of the days here. in'tersperse the talks on hook after spending the week end at was weu up in years, unauy ue-- bouse and lot on Main street irom Free, Years of experience. Miss Allie Lee Houk. worm and other diseases. Don't home. cided that he would persuade some Herman Spinks Price paid S720. John Cress and Win field fail to come. O- - H, Rice has moved to the Jalia and Dessa Thompson spent girl to become his wife and after The Speaker's Room JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. Bloomer, of the Level Green OF REPRESENTASaturday and Sunday at their a brief courtship of one week he property that he purchased from HOUSE Woman's Club. COX DROS. STORE section are preparing to move to persuaded Miss Liza Milburn to TIVES. homes. One of the most interesting Kansas about March 1st. Leila Albright was at her home marry him, so Rev. Richard Mob-erlWashington, D. C, meetings of the year was held by SasS Wm. Warren, of the Bansford n tied the knot. May their path i February, 3rd. 1913 the Woman's Club at the home in Brodhead over Sunday 4TV . section tells us that he has "the W. H. Fish, President, MS Tabitha and fSarah Hiatt were oe a pieasantone. Liioya iviaret;, 01 of Mrs. Franklin on Friday, even;3?S5? Kansas Fever" and will move to 'QiSi.-- ' Mt. Vernon, has beenworking third Boone Way Booster Band. ing January 31. In addition to at home during the week end. that state in a few weeks. Elizabeth Lemonds returned to trick at N. Y. for a few days. Mt. Vernon, Ky. two timely at tides by Mrs. Brown S3 Mss Minnie Gentry of the Dear Sir: Mrs. Gentry on Indian school Tuesday evening having Mrs. J. W. Sams and children, and "Brodhead Graded School faculty I have your letter of the 1st. Pottery and Navajo Blankets re- been delayed by a slight indispo- have returned from a few clay's Yew was with her brother E. R. and Instant aDa j will be giad to con spectively, Mrs. Franklin and Mrs. sition. visit with relatives at Pittsburg. Ten who arc snllsrla? tfco tortures of Eczcan, Itch. Salt Rheun or other Mrs. Gentry here Saturday and fer with Mr. Helm about the skin di fenuie Morrow Miller spent Mrs. J. H. Browning has been )ot hw tbA tjn-i- rou k.to' days are miserable, whoso nichts are made slesp- - EiirJIHyS Lewis showed many interesting j i i?'-- h:.pnlti Tvilns !ct.7ifl:pnrt tw: Lialnf with. J-- Hcf :,H p Sunday. carut hundreds, vrbich I believe will cure and Sunday in town with very sick for a few days. A lit- iaz. healing trcaticos; w .cli r.ospr. bill and I can assnre you now relics of Indians ot Kentucky and Saturday yea. I vrUi it t res. osta3 d. without any obliratioa on your parv. coupon I .aw ana mail it to cc, or vrtte ine. slvlcg your name, a?a and address. J tle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Just fill tha Charley Henderson is here from that I look upon the matter with a Mexico. Mrs. Franklin supple- her sister. I will seed tLc trdtdcat Ireo of cost to you, Winslow, Arizona, to see his very friendly eye. Mother's Ulub held the Falin has measles. The LivingsThe m an mm mt zmmmm m m mented the display of her relics anaataa&i mrj ma csa r i cncUT AMD MAIL. TO CATfo awmaa largest meeting of the season on ton Lumber company will start J. C KUTZELL, 523 West fclain St., Fort Wayne, !nd. mother and to get his two little With best wishes, I am, discus-io- n of them. by a clear Please ccnil vithout cost or obligation to mc your Free Proot Treatment. Friday afternoon, January 31st. their saw mill in a few days. Sincerely vours, girls which his mother has had Livingston has organized a Com- The following program, proved Miss Carry Farley attended the Champ Clark since his wife died. (Signed) Name. Ace. mercial Club and is moving right both interesting and instructive: funeral of Mrs., Roger Pryor at William A. Our good friend Commercial procession of progress draining Our Daughters for Future Middlesborough, Tuesday. Sat- - Post OBco Coffey, of the Wildie section, who was again on top at the meeting along in the also in connection with , , ,StrectandNo. Responsibilities Miss McCord State... sustained some serious bruises of the Commercial Club Wednes- They have the Club Boone vVav Booster Band Gaining Obedience without Whip when his team ran away with day night when the program laid ping Mrs. Franklin him last November, is able to be out rt last meeting was carried No. 2 and will work in uuison with the Mt. Vernon Band in The Home as a Kindergarten, out again. thru with a vim. Every speaker pushing the interest of the Mrs. John Brown Hiram Robert Fish youngest did his subject justice. Mr. Mc Boone Way movement. At their Books Suitable for Children son of Geo. C. Fish will celebrate Kee, who was here as one of the meeting tonight they will complete Mrs. J. A. Landrum his thirteenth birthday on February speakers in Farmers Institute was their organization and be ready for A scc'al hour made a pleasant thirteenth 1913 If it should have present and gave an interesting work. Those Livingston people rue conclusion to tne meeting. CDine on Fridav he would have talk along civic lines and on ' 1.1 are 1iiusiiers, wuen Lue. go imu a adies wefe D,eased that Mrg b;en a "goner". But as it missed practical farming and the relation- thing and we expect a good re- Porter.s visit CJlme flt this time he unlucky Friday his many ship between the farmer and the port from their enorts for pusn making it possible for her to be A seventy five foot railroad car specially designed and decorated to exhibit products thirteens may mean luck as in town. The thanks of the club progress and the betterment of of the Great and Fertile Northwest. Prepared and sent out by the Northern Pacific present also. jn the case of President elect were extended him for his enter our country. Railway to SHOW YOU what is being raised by prosperous farmers, and fruit Will give names Wilson. comprehensive address. of the officers when fully organ- growers in the rich states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota Montana taining and Idaho," Washington and Oregon. LIVINGSTON. Four new members were admitted: ized. LOCAL M. J . Miller, Prof. . S. Irvine, Many telephone users call in . Died:-MrsMiss Lydia Cook has returned Farmer who lived E. R. Gentry and J. A. Landrum. and had been Reports from Boone Way Booster from stations out in the county from Mt. Vernon, where she has on Adams street sick for some time died Sunday. Band shows satisfactory progress without giving the operator the been for a few days on account of of the name of station from which they the illness of her uncle, T. B. in securing the S. F. Bowman sold his former leading congressman who are are calling. Attention has. been Lair. Mrs. George Pope has sold residence and lot on West Main pledging their support ot our called to the fact, through this her house and lot to C. H. Rice fitree to J. W. Anglin, ot Parte, bill to be introduced in April. paper time and again that the and left for Danville, where she who will move his family here. In this car you will see what you could do if you were located along the Scenic Commercial Clubs in various towns caller should always give in his will make her future home. She Highway in The Land of Fortune. First mention will be sadly missed in our little The 3 Act Comedy. "A Regular and cities of our State and those call as follows: You could farm by intensive methods on irrigated land, or you could "dry-far- m the, the place you "are at" thus: town, as she leaves scores of srill be presented at the of Virginia Tennessee and land. You could raise fruit, vegetables, poultry and dairy nn flirt" products rnaking money and enjoying life just as thousands of people are doing; School Building oj Friday Tar Heel state have taken up the Mullins Station wants No. 28; or friends, but we wish hef good luck Graded out in this marvelous country. cause and are assisting in the K. P. wants B4k of Mt. Vernon, and happiness wherever er lot eveniiig Feb. 14. An This Exhibition Car, which you are cordialls invited to inspect, will be at Allison's Retreat watits Jo Mat may be cast. Mrs. Gertie Pator work. comedy by home talent. The subject of handling produce Craig on Quail line; or Tom Hayes rick, of Ludlow, after a few day's There will be preaching a the that is brought to Mt. Vernon was (.telephone station) wants No. 96, visit with herister, Mrs. Oscar Presbyterian Church next Sunday further discussed and it was the as the case may be. The telephone Argenbright, has returned home. Monday, Feb- - 10 anorning and evening. Everybody Anc... Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Niceley, of tut Ujuuuauo v f Anlnmn ffcot the ; manager is laying in a supply of yjjwt welcome. Feb most feasible plan .would be to chisels, awls, brads, ice picks, Mt. Vernon, were with Mr. and A Regular Flirt will greet vou organize a joint stock company pitchforks, nails etc., with which Mrs. W. G. Niceley, of this place, Wednesday p Feb at the Graded School Building each businessman taking shares1 he proposes to work on thelone day last week Mr. and Mrs. u Feb Ad and to have a regular organization nagginsof offenders against these j.j j. Lemonds have returned from (Fridav vnine"Feb. 14th. .mission 15, 25 and 35 cts. Don't directors and a general manager instructions in the future. So Paris, Tenn. We wish to give the Your Comq and See It who would employ a competent be on your guard. readers of the Signal a sure remJail to come. produce man to handle the b usir edy for hog lice, but first we wish Admission LANGDON MEMORIAL Don't fail to. see "A Regular ness and to see that market prices to tejl liow it was discovered. If you cannot visit the car, write to is and tell us what SCHOOL. Tlirt" at the Graded School Build be paid in cash for produde. It Thomas Parley, better known as state er section you are interested in. We will gladly tend ing Friday evening February 4th.. is probable this plan will be carried Mrs. E. S Porter, of Louisville; Red, wCnt to his hog pen a few free illustrated booklets to your home address. Doom open at 7:00, perforance President of the Synodical Society nights ago and thought he would out at an early date. tbegia afc "7:3,0. Arrangements were made for ' of Kentucky, was an especially try an application of coal oil on his t Mrs. AdNB, Miss Adams and sending the Secretary of the club, welcome guest at the dormitory hog, After saturating the hog LAND Of FORTUNE THROUGH THE THE SCENIC HIGHWAY Mr, Ab Sparks will be hostesses who has' bean appointed by our from Friday until Monday. The well with the oil, by some meens delegate to meet ;Rev. Mr. Herbert Tinsley gave the hog took fire from the torch at :the social meeting of the Governor, as a L. J.BRlCIcER. Gen'l Immigration Agent, St. Paul, Minn. Woman's Club to beheld at the ing of the Southern National High- - a helpful talk in chapel Monday that he had and in an instant' the A. M. CLELAND. Gen'l Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn. hog was deprived , of ,t hisv hair, fliomeof Mrs. Adams on Friday ways Association that meets in morning. Ashville. N. C. Feb. 12. Four of the fourth grade gram-'Ee- d says this is a sure. remedy voting, February seventh. Don't Make Any Difference What the Ground Hog Says We'll Have a Lot of Overcoat Wteather Before Spring and It's Time You're Getting that New Coat Now During The "F ft - arcel Po 32L f&Z'-fz'Z&XS&Z- 1 OVER w i $18.00 OVERCOATS $12.50 OVERCOATS $9.98 $6.25 $10.00 OVERCOATS $15.00 OVERCOATS $5.00 $7.50 en'S Suits Sri 'urnmnm: Hr4 r. x- s, To PARCEL POST 1 gv? : POUND! - 11 -. . J. C. MOORE y m &3? M, 5? r.v-- ! USE TOt S i . Free iV Urnm CJLUBi-Enthusia- sm I 1 1 A Traveling Agricultural Display THIS -- non-irrigat- up-to-da- te L. & N. DEPOT m ! WILLIAMSBURG, Tuesday, CORBIN, J2 BEREA, m., Thursday, J3 frlnd Tll Fret Northern Pacific Railway - M. ': n- - -- jmmhmmhbhh HHHBSMDniBOJRft' Wriff l-- - -- -- . J. , " 5 " "... ;v?''.,' 'vA . .. - M St, c Creek, and bounded as SALE. cp animals that alcohol Recently it has been ctefinitly proven by experiments paralyzes the white follows: germicidal power of the body and that alcohol On the north by the lands of germs. the blood ond renders them unable to take up and destroy disease ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT TrtVlll PT Prnnm n.rl T?..A.H. of the human race. over Disease germs cause the death of COURT ,s a pure glyceric exblood medicine, made entirely without alcohol which rootMandrake and on the east by the lands ot A root, Golden Seal tract of roots, such as Bloodroot, Queen'sdruggists for the past forty years as Dr. J. McMullins and Alfred Owens; root, has been extensively sold by refreshing influence of his extract is Iikq Earnie Hopper, Sne Plaiutiff on the the lands of Ben Medical Discovery. The blood-- the VS) Lommissioner's Sale. Riddle, John Shutts, and the heirs Nature?s influence-t- hc blood is bathed in the tonic which gives he to the activity consumes the A. J.Gilbert, Carrie vital fires of the body bum brighter and their increased 01 ur on tne west oy during the winter . Gilbert, and W. H. .. . . . f . tUsue rubbish which has accumulated me lanus 01 josepn Jtsrown, and "Lir. K. V. rierce, me iounucr ui m Defendants containing t2c acrps. Surgical Institute, and a physician of large experience and Clark, By virtue of a judgment and was the first to make up an Alterative Extract of practice, For the purchase price the pur- order of sale of the Rockcastle chaser must execute bond, with roots,, without a particle of alcohol or narcotic. know "Itistrith the greatest of pleasure, that J vrrite tojet you and of Circuit Court, rendered at the cor-mlde- sof COMMISSIONER'S of Buck one-ha- lf '- the great benefit I received from the use of your at "cars writes Mbs. Wm. Heyes, of Ladysraith. B. C. I from ttro mena or a runniw? sore. . Consulted four doctors but .. -- - -- - v - cA kivu reu. iney xaueu 10 or T Y?7 &&! ofthatatScrtihoeonii. noised Sordid. Dr. Pierce's i"j -- January Term, I913, thereof, T to oner tor sale at siiuu in fhe County, Kentucky, to the highest snd best bidder, at public auction on Monday, the 24th day ol ' . PierVe. uhich I did. and after seven months' healed and 1 enjoy better health than I Salve and I dressed the wound with Dr. Pierce's Mu.ical Discovery and feasant tok the 'Golden always recommend 'jour medicines. reueis iur u. irciblis. I shall ! fnt door of the Mt. Vernon. i9i3, pi-ucee- "" house Rockcastle Mrs. IIe- - Pnsant Pellets regulate liver and bowels. February, o I imm BTA&EB 1 Jb99f0ft Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled land-mad- e Coffinsfnrnished. oi? I Hearse sent to all parts the County All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX,: 94-- S MT. VERNON, KY S. S3 3 Cynthia McDowell Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for and Wm. McDowell, Plaintiffs women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. VS) Commissioner's Sale To-morro- w Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains Thomas Elliott and the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, Racbel Dees, Defendants in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to By virtue of a judgement and health and happiness. YESTERDAY is but a dream, oulyja vision, order of sale of the Rockcastle well lived makes every yesterday a dream of haphut If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous, Circuit Court, rendered at the piness and every a vision uf hope. Therefore cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not January Term, 1913 thereof, I bring your account to not yesterday nor try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts shall proceed to offer for sale at in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test BAATK OF MT. VERNON THE the front door of the court house, it for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him. in Mt Vernon, Rockcastle County Then our hope is that all your moneys will bring you happiKentucky, to the highest and Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. CbaHanooa Medicine Co.. Chattanoora. Tenn.. ness, and prosperity, and all your reoollectious of yesterday will for Special Instructions, and book. "Home Treatment lor Women," scat free. J 55 best bidder, at public auction, bring you great satisfaction and all your dealings and relations with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. On Monday, the 24th. day of COMMISSIONER'S SALE. February 191 3 between the houss !VBT. BANK of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock, NIT.VERNON, KENTUCKY ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT p. m. being regular county court C. C. WILLIMS, President. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier" day, on a credit of six months COURT. the following described real estate tt located in Rockcastle County. J. C. Bullen, Jr., Plaintiff Kentucky, on the waters of VS) Commissioner's Sale. Gauley Creek, and bounded as AN EMPLOYER'S SUG- - I Radie Spires, Defendant follows: GESTIONS. By virtue of a judgment and will Beginning on a dead white oak Rule 1. Don't lie it wastes my order of sale of the Rockcastle on the side of the ountv road; time and yours. I'm sure to catch Circuit Court, rendered at the thence N up a spur about 2oo yds January Term, i913, thereof I to T. I. Chewning's line; ,1 you in the end, and that's the shall proceed to offer for thence sale at n I l .n ft .a r r St r. wrong end. frontdoor of the court house, in rirW , n rtt . thlkn .. finm. ., ..... WUUVk -- r w w, Rule 2. Watch your work, not, Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, with ceuterol about 24o Over U. G. Baker's Store. For the purchase price the the clock. A long days work hcf . .jHq yds. to a stake, corner made by ..ki; M.1. vwju uxvkuwt UUUUU CtUCUlUll. Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. manes a jong aay snort, and a on Monday j 24th day of February Sturgill and Lovings; thence purchaser must execute bond the Vernon Grounds All work guaranteed. suraty, bearing short day's woik makes my lace 19i3, between the hours of 9 south west nearly a direct course with approveddate of interest from sale o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., down the hill to W. D. Griffin's paid, and having the force until long. and lins to a saone; thence with the being regular county court day, siid Griffin's Rule 3. Give me more than I on Bidders lineabout5o yds., effect of a judgment. a credit of six expect and I'll pay you more than following described months, the with the side of the hill to a must be prepared to comply with real estate you expect. I can afford to in- located in Rockcastle County pailing fence and corner; thence these terms. G. S. Griffin, hill with the crease your pay if you increase Kentucky, on the waters of Clear straight down the on Master Commissioner,. R. C. C. fence, and corner a rock in Creek, near Reed's old tan yard, County road, sign X; my profit. x&? thence aml. Send for Entry Blanks, Miller & Beazlev. Mt. Vernon, Ky and bounded as follows: Alt vernon, ivy This from the Lexington Leader TvZj running up with the county Rule 4. You owe so much to the north by the lauds of On 60 yds., thence will be read with interest; Tudsre Home and office in the lak residence your self that you can't offord to W. H. Linville; on the east by road about Across said road and being with Thomas Z. Morrow, of Somerset. ir. Myers formerly occupied on fld owe anybody else. Keep out of the lands of H. C. Rowlett and James Hall's corner; thence up one of the veterans of the ReMainSt.,;;Mt. Vernon. g Samuel Croucher; on the south debt or keep out of my shop. .. by the lands of Bud Anglin, and the hill with Hall's l.ne southwest publican party in" Kentucky, Rule 5. Dishonesty is never containing 75 acres, more or and on the southeast by Sam We Make Your Dollars Have More Cents Ward, and on the uortheast by a having been a candidate for Govan accident Good men like less. by Mrs. Sallie Jones; ernor a generation ago, spent a good women, can't see temptation For the purchase price the lot owned triangler shape across thence a day or two in Lexington last week purchaser must execute bond the road to beginning corner. - AM when they meet it. BW 'ATTORNEY-AT-LAlilV WwHV visiting his daughter, Mrs. C. D C(M mo -jg with approved surety, bearing m rn'i v mi bhw tisri o... IjkilV niiu mmi j.kiI4 in - ipima - - W iffl VV va ....z. . 1. For the purchase price the Rule 6. Mind your business interest from date oi sale MT. VERNON. KY. until purchaser must execute bond, Portwood and from here went to "iitfWIT BJ P? X3 fsIS ...AAA M 0X3 and in time you'Jl have a business paid, and having the force and with approved surety, bearing Covington to spend Sunday with On 2nd. floor o of your own to mind. LADINC effect of a judgment. Bidders interest his son, Hon. Edwin P. Morrow, of The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Churc Rule 7. Don't do anything here must be prepared to comply paid, aud from date the sale until MT. VERNON, KY. having force and United States Attorney for Cov street. Special attention given which hurts your respect. The witn these terms. effect of a judgment. Bidders ington, Kentucky. to collections. 'i employe who is willing to steal He. takes a G. S. Griffin, must be prepared to comply with rather gloomy view of for me is capable of stealing from Phone No. 80. Master Commissioner, R C. C. these terms. the situa- U9M me. Quality tion in the Republican partv and G. 3. Griffin, SHOCKING SOUNDS Kule S. It's none of my business Master Commissioner. R. C. C. does not see in sight any great what you do at night, but if dissi- in the earth are sometimes heard issue or leader who can bring the ee.. pation effects what you do the before a terrible earthquake, that COMMISSIONERS bALE. We cany a full line of fine drugs, toilet Judge two factions together. next day, and you do half as much warn of the coming peril. Naarticles and stationery. If you doubt our as I demand, you'll .last half as ture's warnings are kind. Morrow graduated from Transyl a... That word come in and see for yourself. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT dull pain or ache in the baok UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER long as you hoped. vania Law College on Feb. 26, COURT. Rule 9. Don't tell me whit I'd warns you the kidneys needs atOur customers' wants looked after with 1856, when its faculty included -a like to hear but what I ought to tention if you would escape those Oft. pleasure. If we haven't what you want, such distinguished men as George hear. I don't want a valet to dangerous maladies. ' Dropsy, J. L Rash, Plaintiff. kindly let us know and we will do our Robertson, George Blackburn. 0ttl my vanity but I need one for my Diabetes o Urignt's disease. VS), Commissioner's Sale. best to get it for you . Kinkead and Francis K. Hunt. dollars. Take Electric Bitters at once and Elizabe'th Rash, Vira Baa.Rule 10. Don't kick if I kic- k- see backache fly, and all your best The only other surviving member oE Stajall, Sarah J. it you re worth while keeping:. I feelings return. "My son reof the class is former Attorney don't waste time cutting specks ceived great benefit from their Carpenter, and F. L. C. -? a General Robert J. Breckinrige, ol out of rotten apples. Thompson, Admr., use for kibney and bladder LEADING DRUGGIST Danville. Judge Morrow recalled trouble', writes Peter Bondy. of Wm. Rash, Defendants Phone No. 39 early days and experiences in DEAFNESS CANMOT BE South Rockwood, Mich., "It is 1 By virtue of a judgment and Lexington and he told an especially certainly a great kidney medicine', CURED. Try it. 50 cent at Chas. C Davis' order of sale of the Rockcastle interesting story of a two days' by local applications as they canCircuit Court, rendered at the trip he made on horseback from COM MISSIONER'S SALE. not reach the diseased portion January Term, i9i3, thereof, I Somerset to Lexington in 1864 to of the ear. There is only one way Jl aflBaW shall proceed to ofier for sale at speak at Melodeon Hall with to cure deafness, and that is by HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID the front door of the conrt house Montgomer7 Blair, in the second ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES constitutional remedies. Deafness Wool on Commission. Writs (or price. in Mt. Vernon, Rockcaatle county COURT. is caused by an inflamed condition ' M&lm&Z2i3 Lincoln campaign. list mentioning this ad. of the mucous lining of the Alice G. Hiatt, Allen Kentucky, to the highes and best Eustachian Tube. Wi.en this Hiatt, Maud C. Brown JOHN WHITE & CO. bidder, at public auction, on MonOLD AGE tube is inflamed you have a day, the 24th day of February, rumbling sound or imperfect hear John H, Brown and comes in the Old age ps Plaintiffs 19i3. being regular county court orderly process it i Dg, and when it is entirely closed LolaS. Riddelll, of nature is a VS Commissioner's Sale. day, between the hours of 9 Deafness is theresult. and unless majectic thing. It Oma Brown, Defendant o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p.m. beautiful and the inflammation can be taken UN stands for experience, knowledge, By virtue of a judgment and out and this tube restored to its torder of sale of tne Rockcastle on a credit of six months, the wisdom, counsel. That is old age ROLIG uormal condition, hearing will be following described real estate, as it should be, but old age as it forever; nine cases out Circuit Court, rendered at the ESTaTITT Mount Vernon Monumental' often caused by CEtarrh, Rockcastle County, often :s means poor digestion, which Tanuarv Terra i9i3 thereof, I located in torpid bowels, a sluggish liver and is nothing but an inflamed condi- shall proceed to offer for sale at and bounded as follows: n the front hoor of the court house tion of the mucous . surfaces. Beginning on a black oalc, with a general feelingof ill health, deI We will give One Hundred in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County hickory, black 'gum and white spondency and misery. This in wholly ot and Dollars for any case of Deafness Kentucky, to the highest and best oak pointers, on top of a certain almost every Instanceof isChamberunnecessary. One public auction, on bidder, and (caused by Catarrh) that cannot be day, theat24th day of Feb. Mon- rock ridge, John French's coroner lain's Tablets taken immediately LOW ROUND FARES 1913, cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure after supper will improve the di Tickets on Sale Jaiiuary 28, 29, 30, 31, Feenwry 1, 2, 3; Granite Monuments of all Send for circnlars, free. between the hours of 9 a. m. and Thence with his line to his1 corner; Rehirn Limit to reach original starting poiat not later tfeaa February 4 o'clock p. m. being regular thence with the dividing rigde gestion, tone up the. liver and inds. Estimates furnished T. F. Cheney '& Co., regulate the bowels. That feeling 14, with extension of limit to March 3, 1913, oa payaMat of $1.09. county court day, on a credit of on application. Toledo, O. six months, the following described to Maret's chestnut oak corner, of despondency will give way to FULL STOP-OVE-R PRIVILEGES. Sold bv all Druggists, 75c. real estate, located in Rockcastle and thence with his line to a one ot hope and good cheer. GO. OWEN S Piqp. Per details caH oa aay Ticket Acta. Qaaea a Crescent Take Hall's Family Pills for County, Kentucky, on the waters hickory, corner, to PrawittrMaretr Jljtkby'AUtDealers. H, C KJNQ, Puaeager aad Ticket Aetll E. Mate SereetJLiaJattea? y " ' Pone 112 constipation., Y esterday TO-DAY w Tc-da- y to-da- to-da- y of six months, the following uescrioeu real estate located in j Rockcastle County. Kentucky. on the waters of Clear Creek, and bounded as follows: Beginning at the State road near the lands of A. J. Richard Baxter and Whitfield Mriody, deceased; thence with the State Road to the beginning, being the same tract of land conveyed to A. J. Gilbert by James Lawrence and wife and containing seventy-fiv- e acres, more or less. For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety, bearing interest from date of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders must be prepared, to comply with these terms. G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, R. C. C. HE WON'T LIMP NOW. .No more limping for Tom Moore of Cochran, Ga . "I had a bid sore on my instep that nothing seemed to help till I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve," he writes "but this wonderful healer soon cured me" Heals old running sores ulcers, boils, burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles. Try it. Only 25 cents at Chas. C. Davis' Mc-Guir- Hours ol y o'clock a. m. and 4 clock p. in., being regular county court day. on a credit between the e, and Rash; thence with Prewitfs giiiromnMMtinninmrnmiininmnimiiiiiimmaiu line on top of the ridsre to a black oad and black spotted oak DO. T?U on top of the ridge; thence across the branch, a seutheastern an PRACTICAL direction to the place of begin- Sfotf?5MS Sss. UNDERTAKERS 1 ning. Said teact of land to be sold FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 2 AND S estate of the E31EAL3IERS Z defendant. Elizabeth. Rash, For the purchase price the Mt. Vernon. Kt. approved, surety, bearing interest purchaser must execute boud, it.Vi nnnrr.,! irom aateot sale until paid, and surety, bearing sue lorce and enect or a naving judgement. Bidders must be pre. interest from date of sale until Licened Embalmer willhave charge of that line of pared to comply with these terms. paid, and having the force and SZZ 3 """ 'wnrk- for the company. effect of ,a judgment. G. S Griffin, Bidders S Master Commissioner, R. C. C. must be prepared to comply with ST Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points thee terms. ALMOST LOST HIS LIFE, G. S. Griffin, Manager H S. A. Stid of Mason, Mich , Master Commissioner. R. C. C. will never forget his terrible exE Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 3 posure to a merciless storm. "It A TEXAS WONDER. gave me a dreadful cold", he lUliiiillUlUiiliiUlililllillUiliiiiiiilillilililiilliiliilimililii 1 he Texas wonder cures kidney writes "that causes severe pains in my chest, so it was hard for and bladder troubles, removing me to breathe. A neighbor gave gravel, cres diabetes, weak and several doses of Dr. King's New ame backs, rheumatism and all Discovery which brought great regularities of the kidneys and relief. The doctor said 1 was on in both men and women. Regu the verge of pneumonia, but to lates bladder "Try Cardui," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C troubles in children. I continue with the Discovery " I was in a very low state of health, and was not able to did so and two bottles completely If not sold by your druggist, will be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon cured me." Use only this quick be sent by mail on receipt of $1. began to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my safe, reliable medicine for coughs One small bottle is two months' housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I colds, or any throat or lung treatment, and seldom fails to am able to do my housework and to care for my children, treuble. Price 50c and 1.00 perfect a cure. Send for testiTrial bottle free. Guaranteed by monials from this and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough and other states. Chas. C. Davis. for the benefits I have received." Dr. E. W. Hall, 2q26 Olive strett COMMISSIONER'S SALE St. Louis Mo., Sold by druggist. a' 1 A,. VERM DI3KET 1 -- g g COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. - i 3 GEORGE OWENS, -- My Doctor Said ROCKCASTLE COURT. CIRCUIT COM MISSIONER'S SALE. TAKE THE OF VERNON a J. P. 1 gntist -- I 1 - - 1 1 4- - 1 -- ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Charles Helton, Plaintiff VS) Commissioner's Sale. Mary Helton, Defendant. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term, i9i3 thereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale 'at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon, Rockcastle County, KentucKy, to the highest and best bidder, at public auction on Monday, the 24th day of February 1 9 13. between the hours of nine o'clock p. m. and 4 o'clock p. in., be ng regular county court day, on a credit of six months, the followingdrscribed real estate located in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a small black oak near Het Maion's fence, by the side of the toad; thence running with center of knob a marked line to ridge road around to where Pine Hill road intersects; thence with road down the valley to the beginning, containing forty acres, more or less. tl DU I WomatfsTonic NOTICE hold the Mflfer S BeazTey Fli orse Sale ldimiimoi At Mt. Fair .,-4-: I W. T. FRANCIS, Dentis SVIARCH 7, 6 & KY. MT. VERNON, 1913 a v. !7??? WW rr-K- 'VC Williams, ... ia v ................ v v.ii DRUGGIST !:: Our Motto: Not Quantity::? J. C. McCLARY c? CHAS. DAVIS Stanford, Ky. t)iiii,,;,S,;,;;.:;;;; 1 ' FURS AND igl iSSSKw. ,t-xyfyf- March Gyas f; Til? Manufacturers NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE January 28 February 3 J ) w cr .. , v-- v r t f,5$nk4 -- J' . .v ." k-- 1